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choagland

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I just took over as the head IT admin at our company and they use Kerio for email. I was wondering if I would get any adverse affects from integrating Kerio into AD?

Also I was wondering how I can get the users in Kerio to populate my Contacts? I've read that there is a Kerio Outlook Connector but I'm not sure as to how to check to see if that is installed or not?

Any help would be great. Thanks!
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choagland wrote on Wed, 19 April 2006 13:30

I just took over as the head IT admin at our company and they use Kerio for email. I was wondering if I would get any adverse affects from integrating Kerio into AD?

Also I was wondering how I can get the users in Kerio to populate my Contacts? I've read that there is a Kerio Outlook Connector but I'm not sure as to how to check to see if that is installed or not?

Any help would be great. Thanks!


Kerio works great with Active Directory-integration (>1200 users, here). KMS does modify the AD schema ever-so-slightly, but nothing like Exchange and others.

Your other questions can be answered by browsing the Kerio.com website and the KMS documentation:

http://www.kerio.com/supp_kms_manual.html

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